Questions about: Vegetables & Herbs

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G
Answer: Dear G, Unfortunately tomato plants can be susceptible to fungal attack, with just two of these diseases being Target Spot & Septoria Leaf Spot...
Answered: 09:32AM, 13 Jan 2010
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Natasha
Answer: Dear Nastasha, Sometimes this kind of anomaly can occur in nature due to environmental conditions. Usually this will only affect one or two cobs, ...
Answered: 11:45AM, 11 Jan 2010
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bronia
Answer: Dear Bronia, If growing from seed check the back of the packet to see that you are sowing at the correct time of year in your region. It could be t...
Answered: 10:13AM, 08 Jan 2010
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Lexie
Answer: Dear Lexie, You can use Waterwise Soil Saturator in your vegie patch. This product contains a fast acting wetting agent, soil conditioner, trace el...
Answered: 11:59AM, 30 Dec 2009
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matt
Answer: Dear Matt, The problem that you are experiencing could be either temperature related or a pollination problem. Low temperatures can have an adverse...
Answered: 03:02PM, 07 Jan 2010
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Amber
Answer: Hi Amber, there are quite a lot of suitable veges for you to sow at this time, your best friend while you are getting started is the Yates Garden G...
Category: Vegetables & Herbs
Tags: vegetables
Answered: 06:32AM, 16 Dec 2009
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Belynda
Answer: Belynda, Leaves yellowing and dying off on a tomato bush can indicate a number of things. It could be a nutrient deficiency, in which case this is...
Answered: 10:41AM, 17 Dec 2009
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Emmi
Answer: Hi Emmi, this tropical species may not do so well in Victoria. perhaps try in a large pot that can be moved somewhere warmer in winter. a good fer...
Category: Vegetables & Herbs
Tags: ginger
Answered: 11:01AM, 16 Dec 2009
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Alison
Answer: Hi Alison, the culprit could be caterpillars, grasshoppers, possums or rats. Droppings around the plant might give you a clue.
Category: Vegetables & Herbs
Tags: vegetables
Answered: 06:46AM, 09 Dec 2009
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Ian
Answer: Hi Ian, hard to say without knowing how many weeks ago they were sown. if only one area of the row has seeded it sounds like there was a variation ...
Category: Vegetables & Herbs
Tags: onion
Answered: 06:59AM, 09 Dec 2009